Useful Plants of Texas Lecture and Hike

March 16, 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m., Wild Basin Wilderness Preserve, 805 N. Capital of Texas Hwy Austin, TX 78746
Wild by Wild Basin Event: The Central Texas plants we enjoy today have been used for food, medicine, and crafts for millennia by the Native people of Texas. In this lecture, you will learn about uses of some of the common plants at Wild Basin. Leslie Bush is an archeologist who specializes in identifying bits of plants preserved on archaeological sites, usually in the form of charcoal. Lecture includes an optional hiking component. Please bring a water bottle and wear supportive shoes. Ages 10 and up. Register at:

Cost: free

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For more info, contact: Kimberly Johnson, 512-327-7622